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Bunnylovr

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I have a broken blue otter, mini rex. Is it the right color? I also have a black otter, should she have tan scattered hairs on her nose and front legs. I also have another mini that her color is changing, her parents are black and broken black and I am confused. Pic attached is the broken? With the color changing. Her nose and eyes are black and her back color is Turning like a chocolate, she was originally a grey
 

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It's pretty common for black otters to have some tan hairs on their nose and front legs - as they age the tan hairs on their nose often go away.
The one in that picture is a Broken Sable. (edit: not sable point, actual sable) One of my favorite mini rex colors, and one of the newest recognized varieties in the ARBA standard as well. They are born a silvery gray color (dark with a silvery cast over it) and get their brownish sable shading with their first coat.
 

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It's pretty common for black otters to have some tan hairs on their nose and front legs - as they age the tan hairs on their nose often go away.
The one in that picture is a Broken Sable. (edit: not sable point, actual sable) One of my favorite mini rex colors, and one of the newest recognized varieties in the ARBA standard as well. They are born a silvery gray color (dark with a silvery cast over it) and get their brownish sable shading with their first coat.
Thanks, I don't know how I got that color, but it's nice to know
 

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I don't have a picture of a broken sable mini rex, but this is a picture of a solid sable mini rex if that helps. (picture from the ARBA)
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